Young Americans Foundation CPAC Speech: Conservatives Must Capture the Imagination of Millennials

The head of the Young Americans Foundation highlighted President Obama's habit of visiting a college campus once every nine days. As he noted, unless conservatives recommit themselves to campus programming and offering an actual debate for college students, millennials will lean progressive if not other reason than by "osmosis." President Obama recognizes the importance of capturing the imagination of millenials. Conservatives must learn to do the same. 

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Kathleen Hunker

Kathleen Hunker is a classical liberal obsessed with law, politics, and constitutionalism. She is a graduate of Columbia University School of Law and has an LL.M. in Public Law and Human Rights from the University College London. Kathleen is the editor-in-chief of TheBellTowers.com. She has been published by Townhall.com, Ethika Politika, and the Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy. A specialist in comparative constitutional law and natural rights, Kathleen currently works in Texas as a policy analyst and managing editor.

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